MassInc. has compiled a map of results in Tuesday's preliminary; you can hover over an individual precinct to see its numbers.
Also interesting is the map of who came in second where - Campbell didn't win a lot of precincts but she came in second all over the city.
As the Dorchester Reporter first reported earlier this week, William Gross's pro-Essaibi George Super PAC was heavily funded by New Balance head and Republican Jim Davis - to the tune of $395,000.
Speaking of super PACs, CommonWealth Magazine reports that Charlie Baker's let's-elect-centrists super PAC not only hasn't put any money into the Boston election, it seems to have gone dormant - it hasn't raised or spent any money at all this year.
The City Council yesterday approved a non-binding referendum for the November ballot on whether Boston should return to an elected school committee. Actually going back to one would required action by the state legislature; Councilors Arroyo and Mejia are working on that. Boston went to an appointed committee in 1992.